Innovation is for everyone – it’s also an important part of a nurse’s professional responsibility. ECNO Kelly Hancock shares why every nurse should attend Cleveland Clinic’s 6th Annual Nursing Innovation Summit!
The trickiest part of a research project might not be conducting the study, but funding the work. Dr. Nancy M. Albert, ACNO of Nursing Research and Innovation at Cleveland Clinic, offers insight on research funding.
The 6th Annual Nursing Innovation Summit offers something for every nurse! This year’s Event Chair, Nurse Scientist Lee Anne Siegmund, shares 10 things you won’t want to miss.
Clinical nurses and nurse scientists from around the country gathered at Cleveland Clinic’s 14th annual Nursing Research Conference in May to network and share ideas.
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We know that prolonged immobilization of patients can lead to poor patient outcomes. This led nurses at Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital to do a study on the use of dedicated mobility technicians.
More nurse scientists are using social media to connect with potential research participants and as a research tool. A nurse scientist shares her experiences.
Nurses are encouraged to publish at Cleveland Clinic. Here, nurses talk about sharing their knowledge and experience through writing.
Nurse-led research projects explore delirium screening tools and the need to raise awareness of delirium symptoms in everyday clinical practice.
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic ACNO Dr. Nancy Albert discusses why nursing innovations are so imperative and how nurses can become successful innovators.
Post-operative VTEs can be deadly. A nurse-led study at Cleveland Clinic compared the effectiveness of written instructions versus a multimethod educational approach to teach patients about VTEs.